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You need to develop a trading and investing discipline. There is absolutely no excuse for losing 30% ever. There are good market timing services which will help you.

I am not sure what flexibility you have in the 401K. If you have left the company, you should roll it over into an IRA where you have greater control. I suggest Ameritrade or Schwab.

So far as the trading and investing discipline, I put down some ideas earlier. Do what fits your personality best.

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